Of course, when you think about it, what seems more silly: joining a community of fellow looking-for-love singles, who are introduced to you based on potential compatibility?Or heading to the nearest bar, feverishly scanning for someone who ‘looks' single, then hoping like mad that a) they’ll notice you and b) that you have something – anything – in common? And the statistics support this: recent research has shown that internet dating is now the second most-common way to find a partner, while as many as 1-in-3 marriages start online.
"I equate online dating to looking for a job," says Julie Spira, cyber-dating expert and author of The Perils of Cyber-Dating.While that’s a nice enough plot for a Tom Hanks/Meg Ryan film, reality doesn’t work like that.If you sit around in anticipation of love, all you’ll get is a long wait. no more waiting "three days" after a date to contact your new love interest. If you had an amazing first date, text them the next day and let them know...In this modern landscape of romance, there are more people multi-dating than ever.